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Autonomous regulation mode moderates the effect of actual physical activity on affective states : an ambulant assessment approach to the role of self-determination

Autonomous regulation mode moderates the effect of actual physical activity on affective states : an ambulant assessment approach to the role of self-determination

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KANNING, Martina, Ulrich EBNER-PRIEMER, Ralf BRAND, 2012. Autonomous regulation mode moderates the effect of actual physical activity on affective states : an ambulant assessment approach to the role of self-determination. In: Journal of sport & exercise psychology. 34(2), pp. 260-269. ISSN 0895-2779. eISSN 1543-2904

@article{Kanning2012-04Auton-33095, title={Autonomous regulation mode moderates the effect of actual physical activity on affective states : an ambulant assessment approach to the role of self-determination}, year={2012}, number={2}, volume={34}, issn={0895-2779}, journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology}, pages={260--269}, author={Kanning, Martina and Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich and Brand, Ralf} }

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